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22 LR - 36 Grain CPHP - Winchester - 2220 Rounds

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$125.00

(5.6¢ per round)

Overview

Quantity - 222 rounds per box; 10 boxes per case
Manufacturer - Winchester
Bullets - 36 grain copper plated hollow point (CPHP)
Casings - Rimfire brass

Additional Information

Manufacturer Winchester
Condition New
Bullet Weight 36 Grain
Bullet Type Copper-Plated Hollow-Point (CPHP)
Use Type Varmint Hunting
Ammo Casing Brass
Quantity 2220
Ammo Caliber .22 Long Rifle (LR)
Manufacturer SKU 22LR222HP
Primer Type Rimfire
Muzzle Velocity (fps) 1280
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) 94
UPC Barcode 00020892103474
Cost Per Round 5.6¢ per round
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Details

If you've got a household of young shooters with hungry rimfire rifles to feed, then this 2220-round case of .22 Long Rifle is for you! These rounds are manufactured by Winchester which is one of the oldest and most revered ammo companies in the United States. Their cartridges are assembled using proven components including Winchester's own blend of clean-burning propellant which resides in a factory-rolled case. The rimfire casing has a mercury-free primer compound at its base and a copper plated hollow point (CPHP) projectile installed at its nose. At 36 grains, this bullet matches a plethora of practice, hunting, and amateur match loads and is a fine choice for any of those roles.

Copper plating helps reduce lead fouling during barrel travel which increases the longevity of prime accuracy while lengthening the time between cleaning sessions. A relatively wide hollow cavity allows the bullet to expand upon impact with a game target so that it slows and delivers energy to vital areas rather than passing through and simple wounding the animal. That makes this ammunition ideal for putting rabbits in the stew pot or keeping crows away from the cornfield. An enlarged midsection helps the bullet to grab a greater section of rifling when fired, increasing spin stability and shrinking group sizes. This ammunition is rated to be subsonic out of a barrel that is six inches or shorter but will typically produce a supersonic crack when fired from rifles.
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